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SQZ Serica Energy Plc

152.30
-1.00 (-0.65%)
21 Jun 2024 - Closed
Delayed by 15 minutes
Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Serica Energy Plc LSE:SQZ London Ordinary Share GB00B0CY5V57 ORD USD0.10
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  -1.00 -0.65% 152.30 152.70 153.60 156.10 151.40 152.80 1,754,209 16:35:10
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs 632.64M 102.98M 0.2623 5.82 599.51M
Serica Energy Plc is listed in the Crude Petroleum & Natural Gs sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker SQZ. The last closing price for Serica Energy was 153.30p. Over the last year, Serica Energy shares have traded in a share price range of 140.00p to 271.00p.

Serica Energy currently has 392,604,801 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Serica Energy is £599.51 million. Serica Energy has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 5.82.

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21/4/2024
10:25
Absolutely, although if I remember correctly, I think it was ashkv who said they had sold some.
farmscan
21/4/2024
10:11
I thought he mentioned he had sold some previously and wondered if he had sold all of his holding, I presume so but there's no harm in asking for clarification.
bountyhunter
21/4/2024
09:40
I think it would be laughable to think that any poster that doesn't appear to have a good word to say about the company would hold shares in said company.
farmscan
21/4/2024
09:22
Do you hold Serica shares oilinvestorAl?
bountyhunter
21/4/2024
08:30
180p is pretty solid. 175-172p region should also provide another level of strong support. After that it's 166p which is a multi year low.
oilinvestoral
21/4/2024
00:08
Where is the support here? 180p? 170p?
arlington chetwynd talbott
19/4/2024
17:48
Stemis His role would be more in an approval capacity rather than anything else, and if he needs nearly 12 weeks to gain enough of an understanding to approve accounts jeez may be we hired the wrong guy.With regards to reserves: You see my dear Stemis ! While I haven't been a CFO, I have worked for 4 of the oil majors including 2 of the Seven Sisters as well as private companies & IOCs . I can tell you the way private companies manage their processes is very very different. At the end of the day (even though it's audited), it's a judgement call. There are assumption and private equity assumptions are the most aggressive I have ever come across! Also reserves are need to be taken in to the wider context of operational performance and wells delivery (again I wouldn't expect your pugnacious friend to understand any of this this). Reserve bbls are NOT created equal! I hope I'm wrong (for my sake)! But wouldn't be surprised either way! I certainly wouldn't rule it out!
oilinvestoral
19/4/2024
17:21
I wasn't questioning your 'financial' knowledge.

I was questioning your understanding of the process of approving the accounts and the responsibilities of a CFO, in light of the comment - "You now reckon they were waiting for the accountant to turn up in February to progress the results?".

As to whether there will be write downs, I don't see why there should be (if you are referring to the Tailwind acquisition). The reserves are higher than on accquisition and the oil price too. I'm not aware there has been any material increase in the cost of extraction. Why do you think there will be?

stemis
19/4/2024
17:12
Serica's results have been in April every recent year I've looked up so there's nothing to worry re just a few days variation. It's really no big deal especially in the context of the management changes.
bountyhunter
19/4/2024
17:11
"Also, it's not just up to the CFO to 'kitchen sink' the results "------Yes we know it never happens EVER! Does it? Tongue so far in cheek it's in another room ...
oilinvestoral
19/4/2024
17:09
BH in the context of the last years it's not 2 days! It's the latest results they have issued! In fact, comparing them to some of the earlier results they are later by many weeks. Rhetorical question being: is the auditor happy? Have there been any findings or questionable points that have been raised? Rule of thumb : bigger companies issue results sooner! Why is the 2024 SQZ issuing its results many weeks later that the tiddler from years ago ?
oilinvestoral
19/4/2024
17:06
"I didn't say anything about whether there would be write downs"----No you didn't! You completely ignored that point and decided to question my financial knowledge because I hadn't been a CFO like 99.9% of the population (not that I would personally even consider being a bean counter but each to their own ).I don't get the reference to strawman! Is that where this "debate" is heading? So go on then - point blank: do you or do you not (as "a former CFO of a listed company") think there will be write downs next week ... I won't hold my breath for a straight answer!
oilinvestoral
19/4/2024
16:51
If you start trying to "Kitchen sink" the results you'll also find the Auditor won't be overly pleased and your timeline to prepare results will really suffer as a result - we won't be talking 9 working days at that point!
nigelpm
19/4/2024
16:38
Yes the latest results by just 2 days, is that supposed to signify some kind of problem especially given the management changes, talk about being pedantic! If that's supposed to be a worry then I wouldn't be overly concerned. I have to say I agree with Stemis and Nigel on this one.
bountyhunter
19/4/2024
15:37
Straw man. I didn't say anything about whether there would be write downs, either way. What I was pointing out was that, any decent FD worth his salt would ensure he understood the numbers before signing off on the accounts. Since he was only appointed CFO on 5 February, a slight delay to 24 April is hardly surprising, whatever they show.

Also, it's not just up to the CFO to 'kitchen sink' the results

stemis
19/4/2024
14:36
No but I've held senior management positions in oil companies and have provided technical input into acquisitions.As a CFO are you not even contemplating write downs? Seems bizarre & naive at the same time! Also if I was a new CFO of a listed company I will absolutely kitchen sink my first results for a period before I arrived. Not to do so would be lunacy.Also if the engineer gets it more right than the accountants this will be embarrassing! Being on next week !
oilinvestoral
19/4/2024
14:31
Both Stemis and I have held senior Finance positions in businesses. I may well be retired now but our knowledge in this area is hopefully useful to folk who want to listen to it.
nigelpm
19/4/2024
14:02
I'm guessing you've never been the FD of a plc then...
stemis
19/4/2024
13:44
Oh dear lord! You now reckon they were waiting for the accountant to turn up in February to progress the results? Why I are we avoiding looking at the pink elephant in the room and trying to grasp at non-existing straws? Pink elephant being a non- cash write down !! There I've said it!
oilinvestoral
19/4/2024
13:35
A further good point Stemis and a change of CEO - in fact if you consider all the factors I'm almost surprised they've been able to get to the date. Must have been working very hard to manage it.
nigelpm
19/4/2024
13:24
The company also has a new CFO, who took post sometime in early February. I think we can allow him a few extra days to get his feet under the table...
stemis
19/4/2024
13:17
Bigger business have bigger resources and can get results out sooner. This is simple logic! If bigger meant later results, Shell's results would be out in November not Q1! The smaller companies in the space issue results in May or even early June. The biggest issue them in February & March! So one could argue that they should've aimed for April the first as that would've been befitting for the pugnacious fool!
oilinvestoral
19/4/2024
13:13
Is the empty pugnacious vessel pugnating about me? I can't see his posts so the fact he's spending his retirement writing guff that I can't read makes it more delicious
oilinvestoral
19/4/2024
13:11
Still the latest ever in 10 year # Fact
oilinvestoral
19/4/2024
12:39
Thanks Stemis ;-)
nigelpm
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